Welcome ToMarshall Upper Elementary School
Mission Statement & Points of Pride
My best effort used with others empowers success.
Trustworthiness: Able to be trusted
Empathy: The ability to understand and share the feelings of another person
Responsibility: Following through on what is expected of you
Respect: Valuing each other’s ideas and opinions
Initiative: To do something without being asked because it needs to be done
Fairness: Everyone getting what they need in order to be successful
Integrity: To act according to a sense of what’s right and what’s wrong
Cooperation: To work together toward a common goal or purpose
Points of Pride
- Home of the district spelling bee 4 years in a row
- 6th Grade Leadership Program - Tomorrow's Leaders
- Girls on the Run and STRIDE programs
- 3 Family Outreach Nights - Reading/Math/Social Emotional
- Raised $1171.23 for the ASPCA in Texas (Flood Relief)
- Home of WWCSD TAG Program
- Decreased suspensions 45% over the past 3 years
- Monthly Town Hall Meetings
- Building-Wide use of Google Classroom/Blended Learning
- 5th and 6th grade learn coding via Code.org
The Cost of Educating a Student
Marshall Latest News
View all images from this event.
We wanted to give our Medical Assisting students and Health Occupation students an opportunity to teach a subject that they learned this year. Teaching helps our students learn and gives them experience for when they are in the industry and have to work with patient education.
For the elementary students, we wanted to expose them to what they can learn in our programs at the WDFCTC and instill some lifelong skills for them such as the first aid stations where the lesson was how to stop a bleed and wrap to stabilize an impaled object also use of an EpiPen for an anaphylactic reaction, how to remove a bee stinger and remove tick.
Other stations were as follows: how the digestive system works, how to remove contaminated gloves, how to diaper and swaddle a baby, the aging process of the body, range of motion to prevent contractures, team building and importance of communication when we did the cup stacking challenge, components of the skeletal system, and taking pulse and finding location of pulse sites.
Ms. Orlando's class and Ms. Landeweer's class teamed up to create "positive graffiti" banners to display throughout Marshall. Our students wanted to promote kindness and positivity throughout our school.
We had our annual Pancake Day at Marshall Upper Elementary! Complete with turkey sausage. Pancakes were served with strawberries and blueberries. We had applesauce cups and hash browns served on the side. Thank you for all who helped up with this event! View all images from this event here.
Attendance Line: 734-419-2290
Student Hours: Full Day: 8:30 am - 3:20 pm
AM Half Day: 8:30 am - 11:40 am
|‹ September 2018 ›|